ST. ANN’S: The young, island-wide traditional music festival is back for year four as The Gaelic College presents KitchenFest! taking place from July 1-7. The annual celebration of Cape Breton-based Gaelic music gives locals and visitors alike an up-close and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Congratulations to Strait regional school board (SRSB) Math Mentors Jennifer Dwyer and Amanda MacDougall who have now added published authors to their professional credentials! The two books, Hockey Homework written by Dwyer and Money Jar written by MacDougall,...
ST. PETER’S: Guitar and fiddle players; banjo, bass and mandolin pickers; ukulele strummers; harmonica blowers and tinwhistlers; step and square dancers; piano players; singers; and bodhran bangers will descend again on St. Peter’s in early June. They’re all coming for...
FORT McMURRAY, ALBERTA: It was a story that had to be told. At around this time last year, a wildfire was scorching its way through the woodlands of northern Alberta. It eventually engulfed the city of Fort McMurray, forcing the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Figures compiled by the Celtic Colours International Festival suggest that the Cape Breton-wide event is still growing within the Town of Port Hawkesbury, nearly two decades after the festival’s 1997 launch. Celtic Colours executive director Mike MacSween and...
MABOU: The Inverness County Singers and the Young County Singers will be presenting a special concert series called ‘A Tribute to the Beatles’ starting on May 11 in Mabou. This nostalgic trip down memory lane will cover many of The...
GUYSBOROUGH: Mulgrave Road Theatre announces the return of The West Woods by local playwright Tara Reddick. Set in 1968, The West Woods is a play inspired by a rural black community in Guysborough County during a time of social change...
HALIFAX: From lip-syncing underwater alongside a crew of mermaids to celebrating Canada with a tiny caribou, Heather Rankin has done it all over the past few months. However, as the Mabou native prepares for her June 3 appearance at the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: When Bill Plaskett and his son Joel Plaskett get together to write songs, the result, as Bill describes it, is “a touch of the traditional mixed in with the new, and a lot of the unexpected, arrived...
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